Ketut Lasia (1945 -) - "Offer ritueel bij Batuan Bali Indonesie"

Ketut Lasia (1945 -) - "Offer ritueel bij Batuan Bali Indonesie"
Acuarelas - Firmado a mano - omstreeks 1970

The Balinese art is of Hindu Javanese origin and was introduced by artists of the Majapahit Empire when it expanded to include Bali by the end of the 13th century. Batubulan became the centre for sculpting, Mas for wood carving, Celuk for gold and silversmiths and Ubud and Batuan for painting.

Until ca. 1920, the traditional painting on the island was limited to what is now known as the Kamasan or Wayang style. They imagined the Hindu-Java epics: the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The two-dimensional drawings were made on canvas or bark (Ulantaga paper) using natural colours, which limited the spectrum of colour use (red, ochre, black, etc.). In the 1920s, the art was influenced by western artists who settle on the island. The style is enriched with the use of perspective and attention to the correct representation of the human body. New colours are also introduced. Many styles were developed but some of the artists of the Ubud school continue to work in the tradition of Kamasan or Wayang.

Detalles del lote
Ketut Lasia (1945 -)
Título de la obra
"Offer ritueel bij Batuan Bali Indonesie"
omstreeks 1970
Firmado a mano
En buenas condiciones
Se vende con marco
Dimensiones de la imagen
22×32 cm
Dimensiones totales
30×40×3 cm
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